Waterfront 4 Bedroom Cabin minutes from Sunriver $425,000 by Tuttle & Tuttle

Asking price $425,000 All you need is your suitcase. Start making memories today. This beautiful home situated in the pine trees has everything you’ve been looking for. Enjoy your morning soak in the hot tub on the large back deck over looking the water. More than half acre of privacy with an oversized 25 X

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5 NEGOTIATING TACTICS THAT KILL A SALE

Negotiation is a subtle art in real estate, but skilled negotiators can usually find some common ground that satisfies all parties. On the other hand, using the wrong negotiation tactics can sink a deal pretty quickly. Here are some negotiation tactics buyers (and real estate professionals) should avoid: Lowball offers: Going far below market value

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Is There a Bubble? Find Out Why We Don’t Think There’s a Bend Real Estate Bubble

With housing prices continuing to trend upward in the Bend real estate market, Robyn and I often get asked, “Do you think there’s a bubble? When will the bubble burst?” After the bubble burst in 2006, many Central Oregon residents fear another recession and rising housing costs remind buyers of the rise they saw in

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Central Oregon continues to be in a solid place for growth

Central Oregon continues to be in a solid place for growth   Fueled by new jobs, homes and tourism Central Oregon’s economy grew again the first quarter of 2018. Tim Duy, economics professor at the University of Oregon and the author of the Central Oregon Business Index shared that things are continuing to look strong

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Score a Hole in One with Crosswater Golf Course Properties

When Scott and I first moved to Sunriver, joining Crosswater as members was really important to us. Scott played golf all over the world and Crosswater still ranks as one of his favorite courses. Crosswater Club continually comes in as one of the top-rated courses in the state of Oregon and for many golfers, one

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Owning a Second Home in Central Oregon and How it Works

Homeowners consider purchasing a second home in Central Oregon for a variety of reasons. A desirable lifestyle and countless options for recreation, entertainment and craft beverages ranging from beer to kombucha influence many homeowners to purchase Central Oregon real estate as either their primary or secondary residence. Buyers coming from out of town enjoy having

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Home price index rises 41 percent in a decade in Bend, Oregon

Courtesy of BEND BULLETIN Central Oregon real estate buyers, sellers and investors will have another way to peer into the market with the release of a new repeat-sales index. The index, released this week by the Central Oregon Association of Realtors, shows the value of residential property has risen 41 percent since 2007. The index value

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A Day in the Life Living on the Deschutes River in Three Rivers South

“What’s it like to live in the Three Rivers South area?” and “What are the three rivers?” are two questions we field fairly often when speaking to potential buyers. Living in the Three Rivers area of Central Oregon offers buyers many benefits, including access to the Deschutes River, the Little Deschutes River and Spring River.

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Tuttle & Tuttle on the move!

  Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty taps top selling real estate team in Central Oregon to continue company growth   Elite real estate powerhouse, Tuttle & Tuttle, chooses Cascade Sotheby’s for exquisite international brand, strong presence in Central Oregon, exceptional client services   Bend, OR (May 30, 2017)—Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty has tapped one of Central

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NorthWest Crossing is expanding

650 housing units expected The ever popular NorthWest Crossing real estate development in Bend, Oregon is expanding, again. According to the Bend Comprehensive Plan, the area involved in the sale requires an approved master plan and a minimum of 650 housing units, with at least 60 single-family attached units and 142 multifamily and duplex/triplex units.

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Bend’s growth moving forward

Now that the state as approved city’s plan to expand the Urban Growth Boundary and allow 17,000 new homes on roughly 23800 acres what does that mean for Bend? Many are saying development will be going up. More housing units per acre.  We are already seeing this trend in the NorthWest Crossing area.  Along with

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Another mixed-use development coming to NorthWest Crossing in 2017

  Another mixed-use development coming to NorthWest Crossing in 2017 A wonderful new project is coming to NorthWest Crossing, Bend, Oregon.  Fremont Row.  It’s slated to have two buildings with five ground floor retail store fronts.  I’m hoping for a great new restaurant, spa and something fun for children, since NorthWest Crossing is so family

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Redmond tries to keep up with housing growth

Redmond tries to keep up with surging development 2015 was Redmond’s first full year of development recovery since the recession, officials say By Aaron West / The Bulletin Published Apr 13, 2016 at 12:26AM / Updated Apr 13, 2016 at 07:44AM As residential development surges in Redmond, the city is working on an overdue update

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PENDING IN ONE DAY – 20753 Barton Crossing Way, Bend, Oregon

Great opportunity in Boyd Acres. Cottage style home with separate apartment. Main house has grand vaulted ceiling and a slate fireplace, very open light and bright kitchen with breakfast bar and formal dining area, 3 large bedrooms and 2 baths. Detached two car garage with second story apartment includes 2 bedroom, 1 bath, living area

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Fed holds rates steady

Fed holds rates steady By Binyamin Appelbaum / New York Times News Service Published Mar 17, 2016 at 12:02AM WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve has again pared its plans for raising interest rates, citing the weakness of the global economy as a reason for greater caution about the prospects for domestic growth. The Fed’s policymaking

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Caldera Springs Resort next to Sunriver looking to add 385 residential lots

Caldera Springs resort wants to add up to 395 lots Deschutes County reviewing permit request for resort south of Sunriver By Ted Shorack / The Bulletin / @tjshorack Published Dec 16, 2015 at 12:03AM / Updated Dec 17, 2015 at 12:59PM Deschutes County is reviewing a permit application for developing up to 395 residential lots

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